Redcliff Museum  


Alberta Redcliff Museum The Redcliff Museum was established in the spring of 1980 by a group of concerned people who felt the history of Redcliff and area should be preserved. 

The town of Redcliff provided the old Town Hall to the Museum Society and the museum was opened to the public in June of 1981.

About the Collections

The collection consists of industrial exhibits, farming, ranching, school, commerce and domestic exhibits; audiotaped interviews of citizens, photos and manuscripts and past issues of "The Redcliff Review" (1910-1939) weekly newspaper included on microfilm; Redcliff School District records from 1911-1992; photographs and manuscripts of ranching and early industries 


Manuscripts • Photographs • Sound Recordings

Decorative Arts

Ceramics, Porcelain or Pottery • Costumes • Furniture or Furnishings

Human History

Agriculture • Costumes and Accessories • Furniture or Furnishings • Household Objects or Domestic Technology • Industrial Technology and History • Manuscripts • Maps, Charts, Plans or Blueprints • Medals • Medical History and Technology • Memorabilia • Military History and Technology • Oral History • Toys and Games • Transportation • Local History • Weapons

Natural Sciences

Plants and Animals (Biological Collections) : Agricultural or Domestic

Services & Activities

Redcliff Days (June); gift shop on the premises

Research Services

Archival Records

Visitor Services

Guided Tours : English • Parking Facilities : Free • Special Needs Facilities : Washrooms : Wheelchair access